Check out Then & Now, DoITT’s new digital aerial map
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    "Then & Now" is a new interactive application that allows users to see the evolution of NYC's landscape by comparing aerial photography from as early as 1924 to contemporary images.

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Open Data Plan 2017
    DoITT works with the Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics to add and make data from agencies across the City attainable on the NYC Open Data Portal. Making City data on the portal available for use by the public helps ensure New York City government is increasingly accountable and accessible to those it serves.
Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications Commences NextGenera
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    City officially begins move to an IP-based system that will be able to accept 911 messages via text, images, and more

    Interim Text-to-911 to go live in early 2018
De Blasio Administration and CityBridge Announce LinkNYC Has Reached One Million
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    Link usage rises to 4 million Wi-Fi sessions every week; 78 percent of New Yorkers have a favorable opinion of world’s largest and fastest free public Wi-Fi network
Read more about LinkNYC
    A first-of-its-kind communications network that will bring the fastest available municipal Wi-Fi to millions of New Yorkers, small businesses, and visitors

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